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Seeing double at Banchory Devenick Primary School

Visitors to Banchory-Devenick Primary School may be forgiven for thinking they are experiencing double vision, as the school now has four sets of twins, three of which are identical!
The small school has just 50 pupils so to have four sets of twins is highly unusual.
Starting from the left of the beam, pictured is Damiono, Morven, Faye, Melissa, Kirsty, Julien and the boys at the bottom underneath the beam are Danny and Murray.
Kirsty and Morven have been at the school since primary one, but the other three sets of twins have all started at the school this term.

Visitors to Banchory-Devenick Primary School may be forgiven for thinking they are experiencing double vision, as the school now has four sets of twins, three of which are identical! The small school has just 50 pupils so to have four sets of twins is highly unusual. Starting from the left of the beam, pictured is Damiono, Morven, Faye, Melissa, Kirsty, Julien and the boys at the bottom underneath the beam are Danny and Murray. Kirsty and Morven have been at the school since primary one, but the other three sets of twins have all started at the school this term.

Visitors to Banchory-Devenick Primary School may be forgiven for thinking they are experiencing double vision.

The school now has four sets of twins, three of which are identical!

The small school has just 50 pupils so to have four sets of twins is highly unusual.

Pictured from the left of the beam are Damiono, Morven, Faye, Melissa, Kirsty, Julien and the boys at the bottom are Danny and Murray.

Kirsty and Morven have been at the school since primary one, but the other three sets of twins have all started this term.

 

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